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  2. SCHULLER: Toronto FC not yet an elite team in MLS SCHULLER: Toronto FC not yet an elite team in MLS

    A number of ugly losses and consistently inconsistent defensive outings have proven that TFC still needs polishing before it can join MLS' top tier.

  3. CONCACAF WATCH: Transparency needed in Bandits' CCL removal CONCACAF WATCH: Transparency needed in Bandits' CCL removal

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  4. ENGLAND: New faces mark Goal's EPL Team of the Week ENGLAND: New faces mark Goal's EPL Team of the Week

    Some of England's top-flight debutants join a handful of more surprising standout performers from the weekend in the first select XI of the season.